No-One Ever Has Sex at a Wedding by Tracy Bloom / #Review @bookouture @TracyBBloom

No-One Ever Has Sex #4

In Katy’s opinion, weddings should follow some basic rules:

1) No-one should ever have sex. Of course. The married couple has the rest of their lives for that, and the guests should be too busy partying.

2) If you are heavily pregnant (as Katy is) you should obviously not be invited to three weddings in the space of one summer. Your husband’s accident-prone best friend, your attention-seeking colleague, your 73-year-old mother’s marriage to her Spanish toy boy – all without even an alcoholic drink to make them bearable.

3) During the speeches, it should not be revealed that you had a secret one-night-stand with one of the other guests.

4) Instead of laying bets on the length of the best man’s speech, guests should not be laying bets on whether a marriage will be in ruins before the end of the meal…

But this summer, Katy is lucky enough to be the special guest at the weddings that break ALL of the rules. What could possibly go wrong?




I used to read lots of chicklit a few years ago and then suddenly thrillers were my top one reads. Now I am still enjoying both genres. It’s nice to devour a feel good book where people only want to kill each other virtually from time to time and the time was now. 😊

At first I did not know it was part of a series, but I had no problem reading this as a standalone. Of course you don’t have every detail about the backstories and it makes me anxious to read them too. I can’t help it. I just want to know everything 😉. The author gives the right amount of information so I never had the ‘what?’ or ‘How so?’ kind of feeling.

When you make a mistake, you often regret it afterwards, but nobody is able to turn back the clock. It would be nice if we could, wouldn’t it, but now you have two choices because you know you have hurt others, loved ones…

So either you bite the bullet, come clean and face the music or you keep quiet and hope the secret will remain just that: a secret. And then, undeliberately someone lets the cat out of the bag…

Having a nickname can be quite funny and no matter how old you get or wherever you are, it will stick. 😊

I enjoyed this story a lot. Having a perfect wedding certainly is a lot easier than having a perfect marriage. 5 stars

Thank you, Tracy Bloom and Bookouture


About the author

I started writing when my cruel, heartless husband ripped me away from my dream job, shopping for rollercoasters for the UK’s leading theme parks, to live in America with a brand new baby and no mates. In a cunning plan to avoid domestic duties and people who didn’t understand my Derbyshire accent, I wrote NO-ONE EVER HAS SEX ON A TUESDAY. It went on to be successfully published internationally and became an ebook Number 1 Best Seller in the UK in 2013 before being named Best Author Published Read at the Festival of Romance.


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